THE collection of SLOUCH's personal productions, in reverse chronological order. Now 'personal' is a term used lightly, as this encompasses un commissioned remix's, illegal bootlegs, 3rd party samples, and actual musicians.

Lovingly labeled as "Mexican Rave Trap".  This song features samples from Fidel Castro's 1966 UN address, and was largely inspired by the mexican revolution.

*I have since been made aware that Castro was Cuban.

Lovingly labeled as "Mexican Rave Trap".  This song features samples from Fidel Castro's 1966 UN address, and was largely inspired by the mexican revolution.

*I have since been made aware that Castro was Cuban.

Some good old fashioned dubstep? drumstep? trap? Im not really sure whats going on here, but I can tell you this one has a tribal twist to it.

Cherokee, to be exact. Or was it Nazco? I can't recall.

Some good old fashioned dubstep? drumstep? trap? Im not really sure whats going on here, but I can tell you this one has a tribal twist to it.

Cherokee, to be exact. Or was it Nazco? I can't recall.

A couple of Skrillex's talking robots got together to discuss their life problems. 

What started out as a routine therapy session quickly turned volatile.

This is the recording

Meet the bastard child of psytrance, hardstyle and trap.

Make you wanna jump on your bed, bump your head...

The last song from 'The Third Dimension' Ep.

'WHERE YOU GOING' is a dark comedown dubstep track with chill island vibes and enough bass to loosen your fillings.

My first experiment with jazz.

Im sure the great legends of the past would NOT approve.

But I did sample one of them.

Don't remember who though lol. 

A FRESH, 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' electro bootleg. Featuring the FULL theme song verse.   Im sure there are no copyright issues.

It sounds like moombahton forgot to take its Adderall.

Heres a little song I wrote about the time I dropped a girlfriend on her face and literally broke it. It was an accident of course, and I still feel awful; but what else could I do with a story like this?

I personally introduced Biggie Smalls to the Isley Brothers, for the first time, in this progressive house homecoming.

Theres a parade going through the middle of town in the Slug Kings honour. And ff slugs have ears, I'd like to think they celebrate events with music like this.

Classical gets nasty in this Big Bass, 140 bpm, greaser, Featuring verses from the talented                                 . 

Bob Marley dance bootleg. DO THE REAGGAE.

 

Do it.

DO IT!

Watch 'White Men Can't Jump' and this Nu Classic Dubstep track will make a lot more sense to you. This one will be on the 'greatest hits' collection

Given a 'C+' by critics.

Generic House...

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